The UK has introduced a new home vacuum that will vacuum your entire house once a month, allowing homeowners to get rid of old furniture and carpets in a few simple steps.
The vacuum can be set up in minutes and comes in a range of sizes, including small and medium.
“I’ve been a vacuum buyer for almost a decade and this is a fantastic addition to my home,” said Peter Hall, who has owned a property in the city of Bristol for 10 years.
“You can easily move the carpet and old furniture into the vacuum.
It’s easy to set up and once it’s in, you can move it out and have it ready for your next trip.”
The vacuum is priced at £30 and comes with a 12-month warranty.
It works by sucking up the dirt and debris that accumulates in your house.
Once it’s fully cleaned, the vacuum will remove the remaining residue, then collect the remaining dirt and dust.
It also filters out any pollutants.
“If you’re cleaning your entire home, you don’t want to leave any traces of the vacuum, especially in your kitchen,” said Hall.
“This is really the only option that I can think of.”
The new vacuum will also work in your garage, garage entrance and garage entrance areas.
“The vacuum is very simple to set-up, it takes just 10 minutes to get it up and running,” said Ms Hall.
The £30 vacuum is the first vacuum cleaner to be sold in the UK, and it comes with an additional 12-months of warranty.
This is the latest home vacuum to be developed by a company in the US.
In February, Amazon announced it would be opening a home vacuum store in the Los Angeles area, offering the vacuum to buyers of its Prime service.
Amazon’s US store has been around for years, but the US has only recently seen a significant uptake in sales, with sales of vacuum cleaners up to 70 per cent higher than the UK in 2015.
The US has also seen a surge in home appliances, with the arrival of the new Sony Playstation 4 and the arrival in the past of the Apple iPad Mini, the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 3.
“In the US, we have seen a huge growth in the number of people buying a home appliance and that’s led to a lot of interest in vacuuming as a solution,” said Andy Williams, chief executive of the UK’s Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers.
“But we have to remember that the vast majority of people don’t use their appliances in the home because they have a clean kitchen, they don’t have to use dishwashing detergent, and they don of course don’t clean the carpets and floors of their homes regularly.”